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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
you and me both
LOL, Afraid it dont work that way.
almost forgot to tell you. When you started hatching again it caused my little Fiona girl(dainty white Silkie) to go broody for the first time. She is now sitting on 4 little eggs. It will be a week tomorrow, can't wait to candle. Hopefully they are fertile. I have one other white Silkie & a white splash Silkie that were mud bogging in the chicken run today. They are bearded & got their first hair cuts a couple of days ago. Its amazing how much better they can see. I need to feel sorry for my black Silkie roo & give him a trim. But I find it too much fun watching him chase hens all over the different runs and him missing the doorway, running into the post or fence. Seems to be the only chance the girls got. I currently have 8 roos and wouldn't you know it that the smallest roo is Alpha roo right now. And my dainty little Fiona is head hen of all 3 coops, she is such a Diva
hahaa, I will take the blame. Not cutting the hair is a good idea with that many roos. Thats one of the reasons we like to sit out and watch the chickens. LOL
I hope they are all fertile for you !
Nobody likes my soaking wet chickens?
I thought they had a nice "April Showers" vibe.
was that the 4 on the roost ?
I need to go back and find that photo
Yep, the four on the roost.